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adidas Releases Their Lightest Originals Model Ever With The New H3LIUM ZXZ Runner

Submitted by on December 18, 2011 – 12:26 pmOne Comment
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Light. If there’s one word you should use to describe adidas sneakers today, that’s it. From their basketball sneakers to their running sneakers to their casual sneakers, adidas has made a huge push to create sneaks that are light. And that continues with their brand-new adidas Originals H3LIUM ZXZ Runner sneakers. As you can see in the video below, these sneakers are being marketed as a light sneaker. As they should be…

Awkward name aside, the H3LIUM Runners are the lightest adidas Originals model ever. And they’re designed that way in spite of the fact that these sneakers have basically been built to do…well, nothing. That’s right. These aren’t designed specifically for running or hiking or walking around the neighborhood. You could use them to do all of those things. But as part of the Originals collection, they’re pretty much meant to be casual sneakers. Running errands? Throw these on. Hitting up a BBQ? These will do the trick. Running out to grab the newspaper in the morning? Yep, these will do it.

So while you could do a lot of different things in these sneakers thanks to their weight, you don’t really have to do anything at all. And, you know what? We’re cool with that. Check for these to drop on December 26 at adidas Original stores as well as at Foot Locker and Champs. They’ll retail in nine different colorways for $110. And they’ll also get a more universal release in early 2012. We can’t wait to see what they feel like once we try them on. Our guess: Light. We don’t expect anything less.

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